NASA’s Artemis 1 Rocket will Launch to the Moon Today
The 1.3 million-mile NASA Artemis journey will take 42 days, three hours, and 20 minutes.
NASA will launch its rocket, Artemis 1, to the moon and return on Monday to test its official launch in 2024.
The crew will be the first to travel outside of Earth’s orbit since 1972.
The unmanned mission will travel to the Moon and test key systems and the rocket’s ability to safely transport humans from Earth to the Moon in 2024. The rocket will land on the Moon’s south pole in 2025, establishing a permanent base, and then the mission to Mars will continue.
Dolls that mimic human bones, organs, and tissue will be placed inside the crew capsule connected to sensors.
The launch will take place from the Kennedy Space Center, while the 1.3 million-mile flight will take 42 days, three hours, and 20 minutes. The flight will collect data on hardware and software performance as well as ground systems support for future missions.
NASA’s mission aims to bring two astronauts and the first woman to the Artemis 3 mission in 2025. Artemis 4 will have a new lunar station and portal scheduled for 2027.
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